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1990 Serbian general election

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1990 Serbian general election

9 December 1990 1992 →
Presidential election
 
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Candidate Slobodan Milošević Vuk Drašković Ivan Đurić
Party SPS SPO SRSJ-UJDI
Popular vote 3,285,799 824,674 277,398
Percentage 65.34% 16.40% 5.52%

President before election

Slobodan Milošević
(President of the Presidency)
SKS

Elected President

Slobodan Milošević
SPS

Parliamentary election

Party Leader % Seats
SPS Slobodan Milošević 46.09 194
SPO Vuk Drašković 15.79 19
DS Dragoljub Mićunović 7.45 7
VMDK András Ágoston 2.64 8
SDA Sandžaka Sulejman Ugljanin 1.67 3
SRSJ Ante Marković 1.43 2
NSS Dragan Veselinov 1.35 1
SSS Milomir Babić 1.05 2
SDS 0.65 1
UJDI Branko Horvat 0.50 1
DSHV Bela Tonković 0.47 1
PVD 0.44 1
SJ 0.43 1
DRSM 0.07 1
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
Prime Minister before Prime Minister after
Stanko Radmilović
SPS
Dragutin Zelenović
SPS
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General elections were held in the Republic of Serbia, a constituent federal unit of SFR Yugoslavia, in December 1990. The presidential elections and the first round of the parliamentary elections were held on 9 December, whilst a second round of the parliamentary elections was held on 23 December.

Slobodan Milošević of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) won the presidential elections, whilst the SPS won 194 of the 250 seats in the National Assembly. Opposition parties accused the SPS of voting irregularities.[1]

The elections were boycotted by political parties of ethnic Kosovo Albanians, who made up around 17% of the population.[2] As a result of the boycott, Kosovo was Milošević's strongest area of support.

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Contents

Results

President

Candidate Party Votes %
Slobodan Milošević Socialist Party of Serbia 3,285,799 65.34
Vuk Drašković Serbian Renewal Movement 824,674 16.40
Ivan Đurić UJDISRSJ 277,398 5.52
Sulejman Ugljanin Party of Democratic Action 109,456 2.18
Vojislav Šešelj Citizen's Group 96,277 1.91
Blažo Perović JU Bloc 57,420 1.14
Slobodan Matić Alliance of All Serbs of the World 28,978 0.58
Dragan Jovanović Green Party 22,458 0.45
Ljuben Alen Aleksov Citizen's Group 19,123 0.38
Ljubomir Grujić Citizen's Group 17,675 0.35
Milan Lazarević Citizen's Group 11,034 0.22
Tihomir Živanović Citizen's Group 9,892 0.20
Jovan Koprivica Citizen's Group 9,677 0.19
Miodrag Gojković Party of Independent Businessmen "Zapis" 9,262 0.18
Tomislav Krsmanović Movement for the Defense of Human Rights in Yugoslavia 8,095 0.16
Živan Haravan Party of Social Justice 7,791 0.15
Velimir Cvetić Social Democratic Party of Yugoslavia 6,575 0.13
Milan Mladenović Citizen's Group 6,459 0.13
Miroslav Veselinović Citizen's Group 6,180 0.12
Nikola Barović Citizen's Group 5,355 0.11
Predrag Vuletić Liberal Party 5,019 0.10
Ratomir Vojvodić Citizen's Group 4,414 0.09
Ljiljana Ćuić Citizen's Group 3,425 0.07
Milorad Radović Citizen's Group 3,425 0.07
Saša Goranci Citizen's Group 3,409 0.07
Nikola Šećeroski Citizen's Group 3,168 0.06
Čedomir Nešić Citizen's Group 2,553 0.05
Slobodan Ranković Citizen's Group 2,425 0.05
Radivoje Šarenac Citizen's Group 1,918 0.04
Jovan Stojković Citizen's Group 1,154 0.02
Miomir Tošić Citizen's Group 904 0.02
Hercen Radonjić Citizen's Group 847 0.02
Invalid/blank votes 169,461
Total 5,029,123 100
Registered voters/turnout 7,033,610 71.50

National Assembly

e • d Summary of the 9—23 December 1990 Serbian parliamentary election results
Parties Votes % +/- Seats +/-
Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 2,320,587 46.09 194
Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) 794,789 15.79 19
Democratic Party (DS) 374,887 7.45 7
Democratic Fellowship of Vojvodina Hungarians (DVZM) 132,726 2.64 8
Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak (SDA) 84,156 1.67 3
Union of Reform Forces (SRSJ) 71,865 1.43 2
People's Peasant Party (NSS) 68,045 1.35 1
Peasants Party of Serbia (SSS) 52,663 1.05 2
Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) 32,927 0.65 1
Association for Yugoslav Democratic Initiative (UJDI) 24,982 0.50 1
Democratic Alliance of Croats in Vojvodina (DSH) 23,630 0.47 1
Party for Democratic Action (PDD) 21,998 0.44 1
Party of Yugoslavs (SJ) 21,784 0.43 1
Democratic Reform Party of Muslims (DRSM) 3,432 0.07 1
Citizens' Groups 456,318 9.06 -
Others 341,732 6.79 -
Total 5,034,440 250

Seats

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  SPS  (194)
  SPO  (19)
  DS  (7)
  Minor parties  (7)

References

  1. ^ Ex-Communist Chief Takes The Lead in Serbia's Election New York Times, 10 December 1990
  2. ^ Oko izbora 1 (PDF). CeSID. 1997.

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